Equipment & Reviews
Quantum Scienﬁc Instruments (QSI) is an imaging company which produces cameras primarily for scienﬁc imaging. They are based in the United States of America in Southern Mississippi.
Erin Carnie-Bronca reports on her first experience with the SkyWatcher Star Adventurer
Jeff Lusher shows how to make a simple dew-heater using a lunch box and less than $30
In South Australia, hand held laser pointers with an output greater than 1 milliwatt are prohibited weapons! Learn more about the restrictions, and guidelines for the safe and legal use of laser pointers for astronomy
Televue makes a range of eyepieces, and the 24mm Panoptic was hailed as the hot new product of 2003 in Sky and Telescope. Paul Haese writes about his experience and whether the eyepiece lives up to the hype.
Binoculars are a great way to obtain deeper views of the heavens. They're easy for beginners to use, usually offer richer fields of view than telescopes, and can be much cheaper! However, some are better for astronomy than others.
Polar alignment made easy! Terry Moon explains how to do it - in the southern hemisphere.
Tony Virgo looks at Canon's consumer digital SLR, which has found itself a place in many budding astrophotographers' kits.